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 UWA week 36 (2nd semester, mid-semester break) ↓
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11:27am Tue 6th Sep, ANONYMOUS

"Christopher McDonald" <ch*i*.*c*o*a*[email protected]*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> ANONYMOUS wrote: > > > For example, sscanf("%s", atoi(minute)); doesn't work when compiling. > > For a start, this line doesn't make sense - atoi() is a function returning an integer, but you're then providing it 'to' an input format specifier, the %s, that is trying to match a string (actually a whitespace separated 'word') and to copy what it read into that integer value. It's good that the compiler is identifying this as an error.
Yes, this makes sense. I'll be using my own functions now which will convert each valid sequence of chars to its designated int value before storing it into an array of structs.

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